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Science Museum Shop 3 for 2, 10% off this weekend and free delivery on £50 order

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Science Museum Shop To help you find great science-inspired gifts children will love on Christmas morning, we're offering 3 for 2 on a selection of stocking fillers in our online shop. Look for the… Read More
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To help you find great science-inspired gifts children will love on Christmas morning, we're offering 3 for 2 on a selection of stocking fillers in our online shop. Look for the red "3 for 2" bauble sticker and receive the cheapest item free when you buy any three showing the sticker.

You'll also receive 10% off your order when you buy any gifts from our online shop before 10am (GMT) on Monday 12 December. Simply place your order and your money off will automatically apply.

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Free delivery XMAS50
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#1
I love the Science Museum, I used to take my son 2-3 times a year when he was young, even though it was a 2 1/2 hour drive each way.

But the shop prices are stupidly high, even at 50% off, you can usually get it cheaper somewhere else.
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I love the Science Museum, I used to take my son 2-3 times a year when he was young, even though it was a 2 1/2 hour drive each way.
But the shop prices are stupidly high, even at 50% off, you can usually get it cheaper somewhere else.
Someone's got to pay for the free entry!! I'd rather pay a bit more in the shop or restaurant than have Merlin take over and charge £50 each just to get in.
#3
True, but the government are supposed to pay for the upkeep.

Of course they then fobbed most of it off on to the National Lottery.

I can remember when you had to pay to get in - the tsunami of tightwad Japanese tourists coming in when it became free to enter at 90 minutes/2 hours before closing time (I forget which).

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